Thursday, 12 July 2012

Catamaran Crossing

Orkney has been settled for many centuries and is something of a paradise for archaeologists. However, the claim of Pentland Ferries is to convey people and vehicles to and from the Orkney Mainland and the Scottish Mainland by a means of transport fit for the 21st Century. The Pentalina, a high-speed catamaran, cuts a distinctive shape on its route from St Margaret's Hope, South Ronaldsay, to Gills Bay, Caithness.

Scottish Islands Explorer - always after distinctive ways  

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